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Birding Canton's Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary

Updated: Feb 9

JOIN THE MA YOUNG BIRDERS CLUB TO FIND SOME WINTER RESIDENTS!

Top: A Red-tailed hawk sits up straight, dark eyes surveying the surrounding woods. Photo by Jeremy Spool.
Above: A male Wild Turkey sits on the forest floor at Canton's Mass Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary. Photo: Clare Cunningham

Join Mass Young Birders at Mass Audubon's MABA & Wildlife Sanctuary in Canton, MA for an afternoon of birding the many different habitats this space has to offer!

The Wildlife Sanctuary is a known nesting spot for breeding Great Horned and Barred Owls in the area. It has a sprawling meadow, access to woodlands, and a trail that follows a brook through the property. Not to mention, the number of winter residents who take advantage of these unique habitats.


963 Washington St., Canton, MA 02021


WHEN: Saturday, February 17, 4:00 - 6:00PM


WHAT TO BRING:

  • Layers

  • Water

  • Winter Weather Apparel - it might get cold!

  • Comfortable Walking Shoes

  • Binoculars (we have loaner binoculars for participants to use during the program)


ACCESSIBILITY: This event is free. We will primarily be walking on the Main Loop (see map below), but may veer off on some of the path offshoots. The paths are mown grass and packed pine needles with some gradual inclines. There is free parking at the Audubon Sanctuary.


Black and white map of the Museum of American Bird Art and Wildlife Sanctuary trails at Mass Audubon's Canton location.
Map of the Museum of American Bird Art and Wildlife Sanctuary trails at Mass Audubon's Canton location.

Registration is required for this free event.



We look forward to seeing you there!

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